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Kind Of Bird

by

The Allman Brothers Band



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Written by Dickey Betts and Warren Haynes after listening to albums by jazz legend Charlie Parker. "Bird" was Charlie Parker's nickname.
The Allman Brothers play with 2 drummers, which help them pull off the jazz medleys on this.
This got a Grammy nomination for Best Rock Instrumental.
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